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Building Michigan’s infrastructure

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Laborers highway construction: Michigan Laborers and MITA-member contractors build the roads and bridges that take us places and the underground water, sewer and utility infrastructure that our communities, families, and businesses rely on. Investing in Michigan’s infrastructure makes our state

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Michigan Laborers and their signatory contractors lay the foundations for communities

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Aristeo and hospital construction: Michigan Laborers and their signatory contractors like Aristeo construct hospitals, literally laying the foundations for buildings that are critical to our daily lives. Signifying our power together, Laborers and Aristeo recently completed construction of the state’s

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Laborers and their union employers breaking records together

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Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport record concrete pour: Michigan Laborers were proud to partner with AGC member Walbridge Aldinger on the record-breaking concrete pour at Detroit Wayne County Airport. Laborers bring quality, safety, and productivity to their customers through a

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Building clean energy infrastructure in Michigan

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Michigan Laborers and its union employers have demonstrated their ability to adapt and tap developing new markets, like the growth of the renewable energy industry. Every industrial wind energy park in Michigan has relied on us to build lay-down areas,

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Michigan Laborers and LECET give back to their communities

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LECET and Laborers give back: Michigan Laborers and LECET give back to their communities in a number of ways, supporting charitable causes in communities where Laborers and our contractor partners live and work. Laborers Local 1076’ LECET proudly funded and

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Mission
To leverage the skills and resources of Michigan Laborers and its union employers to build our state, and to work as a team to secure projects and jobs, increase union-sector market share, advertise their services, develop a workforce, and advance shared market-related interests. Together, Michigan LECET looks down the road, sees where the construction industry is going, then musters their resources to make the most of the future.